What started as a small program out of the University of Florida called Scientist in Every Florida School, has since built traction and momentum across the state.
Students were able to learn how wind and water are factors that contribute to the dispersal of seeds.
SEFS has expanded virtual scientist visits to schools throughout Florida as a result of the pandemic and is collaborating with partners from across the state like FGCU to create educational, fun and efficient virtual learning opportunities for K-12 students.
Have you seen this ant? If so, the Lucky lab wants to know!
Both teacher and scientist planned a unique lesson in which content would be delivered ‘from the field’ through video and audio recordings from Jayarajan’s fieldwork in the Bahamas.
Insects and their frass, or poop, are more important than you may think!
Arguably, the best way to learn is through experiencing something directly for yourself, which is why many teachers love opportunities … Continue
What’s the best way to teach K-5 students about our galaxy and stars? Show them!
Rosalyn Rohling, a fifth-grade teacher from Pensacola, discovered a tooth from a horse that went extinct 2 million years ago.
It was a tall order…How do you overcome language and cultural barriers in order to teach parents and students the necessary components of the scientific process for a science fair experiment, and do so in a fun and engaging way?